Skipsea, Driffield, East Yorkshire. YO25 8SY
You’re bound to have questions. Here are our answers to some of the most commonly asked ones about lodge holiday home ownership. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, just pick up the phone and ask away – we’ll be happy to help.
Far Grange is part of Bourne Leisure Limited, one of the UK’s leading holiday and holiday home ownership providers and offers exceptional service and facilities. Our continuous investment programme ensures the highest level of facilities, activities and landscaping at our parks.
Yes – of course. As an owner you will receive 10 Privilege Cards each season which entitle you, friends and family to use all the facilities on park. Privilege Cards are specific to the individual and extra passes can also be purchased from the owners’ team.
Here at Far Grange your holiday home will be available from March to January. Please remember that our park cannot be used as a permanent residence.
No you don't. You are buying a lodge holiday home with the right to occupy a pitch, providing you pay the annual site fees and abide by the park rules.
Site fees cover security on the park, park maintenance, landscaping, refuse collection, grass cutting, use of the parks great facilities and activities and annual reinvestment. Not forgetting the top service from your owners’ and aftersales teams as well as enjoying all the owners’ events and community atmosphere.
Other annual running costs, in addition to the site fees, include rates, water, gas, electricity, insurance and maintaining any security alarm. Full details are available from the Holiday Home Sales office. We also offer optional services at an additional cost, such as preparing your holiday home for winter.
No, not at all. Unlike many other operators, our owners can enjoy their lodge holiday home for as long as they like, providing the lodge holiday home is safe and well maintained. The initial licence period for the occupation of a pitch on the park is 12 years. Once the agreement period has expired, you may either arrange for the lodge holiday home to be removed from the park or you may enter into a fresh agreement to site the lodge holiday home on the park for a further term.
We operate security surveillance and patrols around the park 24 hours a day. Our security team at the main entrance are well trained not to let youngsters out on their own or anyone in without a valid security pass. We also operate a security alarm system for owners to protect their lodge holiday home, which is available at an additional annual cost.
Your owners’ team are there to help you with any issue and will provide advice and information on the spot or arrange the help that’s needed.
Dogs are welcome at Far Grange although we reserve the right to refuse certain breeds.
If in the event you no longer wish to be an owner with us, there are three options available to you to sell. Firstly, the park reserves the right of first refusal of the offer price. If you decide not to accept our offer you can then either sell to a third party buyer looking to purchase on the park or sell to a trader. Alternatively, you can make a gift of the lodge holiday home to a proven family member if you wish. Additional costs to consider include a disconnection charge from your pitch and if you have a veranda there will be a cost to dismantle it. Costs will be available from your Owner Services team.
Buying a lodge holiday home is really a lifestyle choice. Resale values will reduce over time, buying a lodge holiday home should not be seen as an investment for the purposes of yielding an income.
Yes - 30% of the value of the lodge holiday home.
Yes and if you’d like our help we offer a range of finance options, written quotations are available on request. These are subject to status.